PCT Board Meeting

Members of the public and media are invited to attend the meeting of the Board of Derby City Primary Care Trust. This meeting will be held on Thursday 7th December at 1pm in Boardrooms 1 and 2 at Derwent Court, 1 Stuart Street, Derby.  Issues for discussion include:

  • Report from the Chief Executive
    Prem Singh will present a report on current issues including the Mental Health Trust’s application to become a Foundation Trust, the visit by the National Team for Sexual Health and an update on the Fitness for Purpose programme.
  • Finance and Performance Management Report
    A report on the financial position from the start of the financial year to September and a thorough performance report. 
  • Report of the Meeting of the Professional Executive Committee
    Prem Singh, Derby City PCT’s Chief Executive, will present a report on an event held to begin the process of deciding on which clinical areas the Professional Executive Committee will focus on over the next year. 

Quarterly reports on equality and diversity, workforce balanced scorecards and electronic staff records will also be discussed.

Please contact the PCT for a copy of the full agenda and papers. There will be an opportunity at the beginning of the meeting to raise any questions you may have.

ENDS

Contact: Ben Haynes, Communications Officer on 01332 224000, ext 6341 or e-mail ben.haynes@derwentsharedservices.nhs.uk

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